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Vietnam, China resume border gate in Lang Son

By Nguyen Tan

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HCMC – After a four-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the northern mountainous province of Lang Son has officially reopened the Na Nua border gate with China.

To mark the occasion, a customs clearance ceremony was held, followed by the immigration procedures for ten container trucks from the Chinese side. These trucks were ready to receive Vietnamese longan, destined for the Chinese market.

Before the pandemic disrupted operations, it was estimated that the Na Nua-Nahua border gate pair facilitated the customs clearance of some 270,000 tons of cargo every year.

As of mid-December, six border gates in Lang Son had become operational, fostering trade and connectivity between Vietnam and China. These include Huu Nghi, Tan Thanh, Chi Ma, Na Hinh, Coc Nam, and Dong Dang International Railway Station border gate. Among these, three international border gates — Huu Nghi, Chi Ma, and Na Nua — offer immigration services to residents of both countries.

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